Jamestown is 215km north of Adelaide, centrally located in South Australia’s agricultural Mid North. Jamestown has a population of 1700 in the township and up to 3000 in the surrounding agricultural area. Things to do around the area include sightseeing in the Bundaleer Forest, a picnic lunch on the Belalie Creek, visit the R M Williams Centre, browse many local Murals, have a pleasant drive to Hallett surrounded by rolling hills and Wind Farms and inspect the world-renowned Big Battery and Hornsdale Wind Farm.
The Hotel is rich in history and although a lot has changed, the integrity of the building remains the same. However, the original building was built in 1877 and not long after a major fire destroyed the building and it was re-built in 1879. It also survived an earthquake in 1971. With the front of the Hotel having to be re-built. After many renovations and extensions, we now have a well facilitated Hotel that has everything to offer to the public.